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Durham NC leaf miner on plant unknown 2015 1 - Stigmella

Durham NC leaf miner on plant unknown 2015 1 - Stigmella
Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
July 24, 2015

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Moved
Moved from Nepticulidae.
I think it's safe to say Stigmella, but S. prunifoliella mines normally start at the midrib. This might be an introduced species. Keep an eye out for occupied mines, or even mines with dead larvae inside--Erik van Nieukerken would probably be interested in having them for DNA barcoding.

This is probably Prunus glandulosa
This is probably Prunus glandulosa, dwarf flowering almond. Not sure if that helps. Stigmella prunifoliella?

Moved

I am not sure what plant spec
I am not sure what plant species this is--it was planted in the garden of the house I just moved into. As soon as I find out, I will update this.

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